An assistant principal for New Hanover County Schools has been suspended without pay and reassigned to a teacher position at a different school.
Wanda Sloan, assistant principal for New Hanover High School, was suspended on May 12. According to NHCS spokesperson Valita Quattlebaum, Sloan was then suspended without pay on June 3, but reinstated June 10 as a Career and Technical Education (CTE) teacher.
Quattlebaum said Sloan will be suspended again without pay July 13-17.
In a NHCS news release sent Wednesday, it was announced that Sloan will be a CTE teacher at Laney High School.
Rob Morgan was appointed assistant principal to take Sloan's place. His contract is in effect until June 30, 2017.
According to the NHCS HR department, Sloan's salary is $6,050 per month. Although reassigned from assistant principal to CTE teacher, Sloan will continue to receive her current salary based on contractual agreements. Sloan's contract is until June 30, 2018.
Personnel laws prevent the district from disclosing the actual reason for Sloan's suspension and reassignment. Sloan has not returned our requests for comment.
Sloan was hired by the district on Aug. 15, 1988. She began her teaching career in New Hanover County Schools at Williston Middle School and later transferred to New Hanover High School to teach.
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